The magazine based its ranking by applying scores in equally-weighted categories, including revenue, profits, and market value at March 31, 2017.
The companies on the list had a combined $11.1 trillion in revenue for the twelve month period, a decline of 4.3 percent over the year.
However, these companies also accounted for $944 billion in profit, an increase of close to six percent. They also have a combined market capitalization of nearly $21.1 trillion, 7.1 percent higher than the top 500 companies in 2016.
Horsham’s Toll Brothers, the developer of luxury homes, ranked 475th with sales of $5.2 billion, profits of $379 million and a market value of $5.9 billion.
King of Prussia’s UGI, the retail distributor of propane and butane, came in 378th with sales of $5.8 billion, profits of $481 million and a market value of $8.5 billion.
However, the highest ranking Montgomery County company was Universal Health Services in 275th. UHS recorded sales of $9.8 billion and profits of $702 million giving it a market value of $12 billion.
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